DAY ONE NEWS
Winter Camp X - 1986
WINTER CAMP X NEWS
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1986
VOLUME 2 ISSUE 1
Lee Gardy, Editor
Jeff Rand, Publisher
WELCOME TO WINTER CAMP
After nearly twelve months, the strike posed by the Winter Camp Newspaper employees has been resolved. Five days at Winter Camp X was used as the bargaining tool to bring the staff back to work.
VOLLEYBALL GAME CLOSE MATCH
Winter Camp athletic competition began with the third annual volleyball game held at newly improved Clearwater court. This best two of three match found its victors to be the lanky Howey's Howlers. The more cautious Guardians played strong but were over sized by the victors.
Play lasted nearly six jiffies as three games were necessary. The first game went as quick victory in favor of the Howlers, with a score 15-10. The Guardians came back to take the second game by three points. The final game was a close match with a two point win to the Howlers.
EDWARD ROSE- Aged 16 years was found fatally wounded near the Beaver Creek Building. Police Detective John Howey reports the time of death to be between 10:02 and 10:08 am this morning. By popular demand no funeral services will be held.
Weather will continue to be mostly cloudy today. Highs will be near freezing. Some clearing tonight with lows in the 20's. Becoming warmer tomorrow with highs in the mid to upper thirties.
HIGH LOW YESTERDAY: 35 27 NORMALS: 33 19 RECORD: 62 -12 PRECIPITATION: Trace MONTH TOTAL: 2.32 inch YEAR TOTAL: 37.28 inch
Three successful meals were held yesterday to provide Winter Camp participants with 4084 calories thus meeting their energy needs for the day.
Members enjoyed the normal fare of chicken noodle soup during the Oakes' Lunch. As usual the lunch was 15 minutes late in keeping with traditional Oakes' style.
Supper brought members to land down south as they donned their sombreros and sat down for a Mexican feast.
Little Ozzie's Pizza Parlor continued its fine tradition of serving the best pizza in town Little ozzie was off during the affair, but up and coming chef Mark Bollman, filled the void to become a true Pizza artist.
SAYING FOR THE DAY
From Lodge Chief Kelly Bancroft- Cheerfulness is not a worthy trait.
Editors Note: Cheerfulness is at the very foundation of the Arrow. What do you think Kelly means? Our staff was dumbfounded.
WINTER CAMP TRIVIA
Winter camp I had six participants. Five of these members are still in attendance at Winter Camp X.
The single food item to be in attendance for the greatest tenure of Winter Camps is a small bottle of cayenne pepper, first brought to Winter Camp III. This cayenne pepper supply is expected to be depleted by Winter Camp CXXIV.
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